Here’s what you’ll need:
1 cm wool felt balls (90-100 per coaster depending on the size)
Begin by gluing one felt ball to the center of your coaster.
I used a long wood skewer to place the glue where I wanted it. When I got to the other rings, I just put the glue directly onto the cork.
To keep the felt balls as tight as possible, you’ll want to stop and allow the glue to dry every so often as you work around each coaster. I worked on my coasters off and on throughout the day.
Continue working all the way around until your coaster is completely covered. For the last row, I had just enough space to glue each ball a little to the coaster and a little to the felt ball next to it. This made the cork coaster virtually disappear.
After everything is dry, your coasters are ready to use!
** I think this would be a fun project for the kids to make as presents**